Personal Narratives

Amy Millios

String of Hearts, Spring 2016

Amy D. Webb

An evolving journey: writing as healing art, Winter 2011
Opening the body, opening to peace, Fall 2010

Ana Liang

I’m sorry to hear that, Fall 2011

Andrew C. Schroeder

Night shift, Spring 2017

Aneesa Bodiat
       Mixing medicine – religion and science, Winter 2017

Angela Hyde

Passing on compassion, Winter 2013

Anirban Chatterjee

Out of the medicine cabinet: an out doctor in a closeted country, Winter 2016

Anjali Vidya Varma

Protecting a child’s true essence, Fall 2011

Anthony Papagiannis

Easy come, easy go, Winter 2015

Aroop Mangalik

Remembering an uncrowded world, Winter 2010

Arunachalam Kumar

Risus sardonicus, Winter 2010

Biji T. Kurien

Sizzlingly Personalized Aesculapian Medicine (SPAM) E-mails, Spring 2016

Boris D. Veysman

Following orders, Spring 2012

Bryan Sisk

A lasting effect, Fall 2011

Daniel Enjay Wong

Restraint: a foot-binding story, Winter 2013

David G. Thoele

The boy with two dads, Spring 2016

Denis Gill

Big Hugh, Winter 2010

Eli Cannon

Down a rabbit hole, Winter 2011

Ellen O’Connor

Happy Birthday, Spring 2016

Ethan Sellers

Mist walkers, Spring 2016

Elephant hide, Spring 2016

Gian Battista Danzi

An illuminating experience in my practice, Summer 2015

Jaimee Leigh Joroff

The Show and Tell Prelude: Futility in the nursing home, Summer 2015

Janaka Lagoo

Unpacking empathy, Spring 2016

Jean Cozier

Healing hidden wounds: a personal perspective, Fall 2010

Jessica Gregg

A good mother, Winter 2013

Joseph Hundeyin

Why do Nigerians Die?, Spring 2016

Larry Zaroff

No bag lady, Spring 2012

Equanimity, Winter 2011

Catching the edge, Fall 2010

Liam Farrell

Transient pleasure, prolonged pain, Spring 2012

Lisa Lunney

The birth and death of the day, Spring 2011

Mara Buck
       A year in oblivion – an artistic journey, Winter 2017

Margot Hedlin

Storytime, Spring 2016

Mary T. Shannon

Reconstructing a self: early trauma and the healing power of narrative, Spring 2012

Meg Smith

The privilege of memory loss, Fall 2011

Megan Winkelman

For you, I want to be more, Fall 2011

Niyi Awofeso

Disciplinary architecture: prison design and prisoners’ health, Winter 2011

Paul Perilli

Last Chemo, Summer 2015

Phillipa Malpas

How do you say goodbye?, Spring 2010

Pritham Raj

You say you want a revolution?, Spring 2010

Ravi Shankar

The boys who did not come back from the brink, Spring 2012

The patient on the brink, Winter 2010

Ronald Pies

Each day is magnified, Fall 2010

Ruth Deming

Sugar High and Low, Fall 2015

Shaista Tayabali

Dances with wolves, Spring 2016

Susan Anderson
       Waiting for results, Winter 2017

Victor John Etuk

A tribe’s fattening culture and its impact on health, Winter 2014

Wendy J. Gu

Rice and reason, Winter 2011

William D. Black

On being a spousal caregiver, Fall 2010

Zeynel Karcioglu

An emigrant doctor’s linguistic journey on crutches, Winter 2016

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